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Sunday, September 04, 2011

Late Summer Garden


Sunny days combined with cooler nights mean sweet juicy tomatoes. We're enjoying them a variety of ways, but they are best sliced, on fresh bread, with a little pesto and fresh mozzarella cheese.

The garden delights with flowers, too - fragrant heliotrope, roses, yellow callas, and succulents. Ah, September - summer's last effort.

Linking to Mosaic Monday, hosted by Mary at the Little Red House.

9 comments:

  1. Your tomatoes look so yummy, Lorrie . . . my "beefsteaks" were mislabled . . . turned out to be cherry tomatoes. Beautiful mosaic!

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  2. Beautiful collection of images.

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  3. Ah, tomatoes! I have just been in the greenhouse picking a range, from big Marmande down to baby cherries. It is such a wonderful time in the garden.

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  4. Your mosaic is so colourful Lorrie. There is nothing better than fresh from the garden tomatoes. The last days of summer are fleeting but lovely aren't they?

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  5. I didn't know callas would come this late..what a treat, all of it!

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  6. Our callas may not bloom at all this year - we're that much behind.
    Your late summer garden is gorgeous!

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  7. Hello Lorrie,

    Yummy! Love the Fall!


    Gabriela

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  8. Nice mosaic! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful week,
    Markus

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  9. Hi, Lorrie
    I just mentioned you on my blog for a Liebster Blog Award. Do not feel you need to participate, but I wanted you to know. :)
    -Karen

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